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# User:Charles Kusniec

## Contents

- 1 About
- 2 Paraboctys: a sieve designed to encompass all possibilities of prime sequencing through quadratics
- 2.1 Property of Polynomials
- 2.2 Offset in Polynomials
- 2.3 Offset Applications and examples
- 2.4 Paraboctys lattice grid
- 2.5 Triangles in Paraboctys
- 2.6 Principle of the Paraboctys
- 2.7 Sequences of Primes
- 2.8 Modularity Study in Paraboctys
- 2.9 Modularity of quadratics and Repeating Decimals
- 2.10 Polyboctys

- 3 Ideas to be edited

## About

In 1982 I graduated in EE at ITA.

In 1989 I opened my company named Centertap.

In 2014 I closed the company, then I started to study math. Then, thinking about primes, I arrived in what I called Paraboctys, which has all primes sequences in quadratics. I had no idea what was those primes sequences which were together and interconnected some only positive others only negatives and other negative and positive elements. After days, weeks, months trying to understand what it was, I decided to put the sequences in Google search. I started with the longest prime sequence found (41, 43, 47, ...). Then, immediately, in the first link, appeared the fantastic OEIS explaining several sequences in several details, which I had no idea of its existence. The longest sequence I initially found is the famous A005846, one of the Euler sequences... Thanks to OEIS!

Email: ck [ at ] centertap { dot } com ( dot ) br